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know if the president were to be reelected he will say every good thing imaginable about education but in the final analysis he will do what his largest campaign supporters, the public sector unions tell him to do. and your kids will have the same schools and the same results. when i'm president, i will be a voice of the children and their parents. there is no union for the pta. [cheers and applause] i'll make sure that parents have the information they need to see whether their school is succeeding or failing. and i want to make sure parents also have the choice they need to be able to pick the school where their child has the best chance for success. [cheers and applause] now you and i have watched over these last few months as our campaign has gathered strength, the strength of movement. it is not just size of the crowds. it is the depth of our shared conviction, the readiness for new possibilities, the sense that the challenges are clear and our work will soon begin. it's made me strife even more to be worthy of office, to campaign as i would govern, to speak for aspirations of
have done something about that here, governor. this governor here was the education governor. that all of us looked at with great admiration. [cheers and applause] and he, he could describe this a lot better than i can but one of the things he did was grade schools so that parents could determine which schools were succeeding and which ones weren't. and then if a school was not succeeding, why the kids in that school were given the ability to go to another school. could be a charter school or another public school. so kids got choice in part based upon the success of the schools. and i intend to do the same thing, helping all the states across this country. one, make sure that schools are graded so parents can tell which schools are succeeding and which aren't. and number two, the federal dollars that we give to states and localities, two big buckets, one is called title one and one is idea money. those dollars i will have follow the student, so if a child wants to go to a different school or his or her parents do, they have the capacity to do that. [cheers and applause] now you might,
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